After multiple guest appearances, Alan officially joined Jarrod, Jason, Delvin, and Pat as a fully-fledged member of the Rogue Agents show on the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast network. For his first assignment, the Rogue Agents listened to and discussed the BBC Radio adaptation of Ian Fleming’s Live and Let Die. So what did the crew make of Bond on the radio? You can find out by clicking HERE
The On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast crew recently visited the excellent Bond In Motion exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, where we were honored to have exclusive access for a few hours so we could do a special live broadcast while surrounded by a plethora of Bond vehicles. For the show, we presented a countdown of the Top 10 Bond Vehicles as voted for by our listeners on social media – and the top spot turned out to be a bit of a pleasant surprise.
You can catch the video of the full live show on YouTube, or listen to an edited audio-only version on our regular podcast channel.
Who would be crazy enough to listen to and rank all 27 Bond Bonus Tracks from the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast music shows? – It can only be the Rogue Agents. – Check out what they thought about some different Bond tracks right HERE
It’s been a six year wait for a new James Bond movie. So was it worth the wait? The team at the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast network have now all seen No Time To Die (some of us multiple times). So what did we think? We have recorded a short series of initial reaction podcasts that you can find here:
How will the OHMS Podcast Rogue Agents crew react to their first encounter with the singular swing sixties experience that is the 1967 production of Casino Royale?
Just how many 007s will it take for them to understand what they just watched? Tune in here and find out.
Alan was drafted in to join the Rogue Agents crew from the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast to discuss the oddity that is Operation Kid Brother aka O.K. Connery, aka many other titles.
How did M, Moneypenny, several Bond villains, and others end up in this 1967 Italian spoof featuring Sean’s brother, Neil Connery? What did we think of it, and just how much do they Rogue Agents crew owe Alan for putting up with this nonsense?